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Blending of literature with literacy

Books are a man’s best friend as we grow up with them and they in a way become our companions for life. It’s very important to inculcate the reading habit among kids as it can help to explore their creative side that is hidden due to constant exposure to multi-media.

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A Riveting Thriller

Film review by Sachin Chatte

Film: Edge of Darkness

Cast: Mel Gibson, Ray Winstone

Directed by: Martin Campbell

Duration: 117 minutes

Rating: * * * 1 / 2

 From the director of Bond films like ‘Golden Eye’ and ‘Casino Royale’ comes a riveting thriller and certainly one of the better we have seen from Hollywood this year. Based on a television series, the story may not be exactly unique but it is the execution that keeps you entertained throughout the film.

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Wonders of Homoeopathy

The Institute for the History of Medicine of the Robert Bosch Foundation Stuttgart Germany has organised an exhibition on ‘Homoeopathy – A Medical Approach and Its History’ in collaboration with Shri Kamaxidevi Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Shiroda – Goa.

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Nail Care Special

By Aroona Reejhsinghani

Beautiful hands hold the admiring attention of the people around you. Well cared for hands and nails create an impression of spruceness and smartness. With beautiful hands you should have beautiful nails but pretty hands are often marred by brittle and weak nails.

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Game of visualisation

The chess activity centre, Taleigao along with the International Centre Goa, Dona Paula has come up with first of its kind concept of blindfold chess in Goa.  The demo of the same was hosted at the International Centre, on Saturday.

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Mango Smile

Sunita Rodricks of Ah Goa recommends

With the season of mangoes coming to an end, here’s your chance to start the day with a smile. If you believed that Mangoes were just a tasty fruit…then look at their benefits. Mangoes contain phenols, which have powerful antioxidant and anticancer abilities.

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‘IT WAS A TREAT!’

When she signed on, Padmini Kolhapure’s sister Tejaswini Kolhapure was told her role in Raavan was a “prominent” one (she plays‑Ravi Kissen’s wife in the film). She spent two and a half gruelling months‑away from home and‑husband (filmmaker-actor Pankaj Saraswat)‑in the jungles shooting.

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